Incredible Hulk #715 Capsule Review

Title: The Incredible Hulk #715 

Publisher: Marvel Comics

Writer: Greg Pak

Artist: Carlo Barberi

Inker: Walden Wong

Colorist: Frank D’Armata

Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit

Cover Artist: Mike Dedato; Geoff Shaw

Review: ★★★★☆

In English class, we are taught that the common themes in any story can be man vs man, man vs machine, man vs beast, or man vs himself. The story of Amadeus Cho Hulk tends to be man vs anyone or Hulk vs everyone. The book is subtitled World War Hulk II for good reason. This issue picks up right where we left the last issue. The “Hulk” was smashing Prince Phalkan and telling the whole world that everyone against him was next. As the cover suggests Cho is suffering serious conflict from within his psyche. The heroes from Marvel Universe that are close to Cho are attempting to discover why Cho has decided to go this route. Any issue of the Hulk tends to have its share of physical battle, but Pak pushes the internal struggle even more by even pushing the Cho’s battle to a weird physical level. This issue tends to be more of gaping issue for the War that is about to unleash. Barberi’s artwork is still top-notch and worth every effort he puts to the page. It’ll very interesting to see how far they’ll take the brutality that the Hulk can actually unload.

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